Rafael Nadal's curse continues at the Rolex Paris Masters, ATP Masters 1000 on the hard-courts in Paris Bercy, one of the few tournaments he has never won in his career. The Spaniard gives in to an excellent Alexander Zverev who beats the Mallorcan for the second time in a row and thus reaches the final of the tournament.
The German wins a match that in the second set has taken on important psychological contours but in the end brings home a very important match that certifies the positive moment. Nadal, for his part, will now work towards the Finals at the end of the year, his last seasonal commitment.
The German got off to a good start and went ahead by a zero break in the third game of the first set. Both play at a great pace with Zverev making a series of consecutive winners and Nadal relies on his serve to keep up with the opponent's pace.
In the second set, Zverev serves for the second time for the match and this time he closes on the result of 6-4 7-5. The other finalist is the Russian tennis player Daniil Medvedev who respected the predictions of the eve and beat Milos Raonic with the result of 6-4 7-6.